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Modern Art Timeline 2 (1916-1975) : Dada (1916-1922), Surrealism (1924-1939), Abstract Expressionism (1946-1956), Pop Art (1954-1970), Op Art (1964-1970) and Minimalism (1960-1975).

The Catalan pro-independence leaders have been accused of sedition in the run-up of a referendum. The judge said they helped organize pro-independence protests that hindered raids by national police and damaged cars. ()  

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Educating the masses was also the concern of James G. Carter of Boston, and he published in 1825 the Outline for an Institute for the Education of Teachers. He wrote on the necessity of training teachers in the art of teaching. Normal schools were an outgrowth of this important early work in educational thought. Carter, a legislator, and Mann, president of the senate, maneuvered a revolutionary bill through both houses and to the desk of Governor Edward Everett.

In addition to his ongoing movement-building, Julian eventually became a professor and a scholar, teaching, among other places, at the school I attending in the 1960s, the University of Virginia. He was teaching Southern history and the movements of the 1960s, and in 1990 he invited me and another comrade from those days to take over one of his classes to talk to 300 of his students about the Virginia of the segregationist Sen. Harry Byrd machine -- and the almost completely segregated UVa.  And, since it was Julian Bond's class, we were able to get the Charlottesville Daily Progress and the Cavalier Daily to come and cover a discussion of how things had changed at that campus and that Southern State -- and how they had not changed enough.  

Women’s lib has sprouted a growing periodical literature which includes No More Fun and Games, Tooth and Nail and Aphra (named for Aphra Behn, the first English female novelist); it also boasts a feminist repertory-theater group; at least one dramatist—Myrna Lamb, whose play “The Mod Donna” is due to be produced by the New York Shakespeare Theater next month—and it has inspired at least a dozen new books, finished or in the writing stage. But estimating the movement’s membership is a frail numbers game. One regular lecturer on the movement told me with surprised pride, that at least 10,000 women must be in women’s lib. Another insisted that 500,000 was a conservative estimate. Most fair-size cities have one or more groups and so do most campuses. The movement is flourishing in Canada, England and the Netherlands, where Provo-like “Crazy Mina” groups have augmented the . program with demands for female public urinals and a twenty-hour workweek that would enable husbands and wives to share the burdens of child-rearing.

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